Thursday, July 19, 2018

Feed industry honor to The Waterbase

Indian shrimp feed manufacturer, farmer and processor The Waterbase has been awarded an honor for feed innovation by strategy consultants Frost & Sullivan. Frost &...

Correction in Soybean prices expected soon

As prices of soybean turn bearish with increasing market arrivals, the prospects for India's re-entry into the overseas market for soymeal exports, especially in...

GMO corn varieties import in Brazil

Brazil's biosafety commission CTNBio recently approved imports of three genetically modified (GM) varieties of corn from the United States for animal feed production according...

Wheat-Output expects to be increased in South Africa

South Africa will probably raise the estimate for wheat production this season by 1.2 percent as recent rainfalls improve yields and crop conditions, a...

Guarded Optimism on Maize, Despite Rise in Acreage

As acreages under maize scale a new high this kharif season aided by ample rains, the prospects of a good harvest have turned brighter...

New Feed Mill & Maize Farm in Nigeria

In pursuance of Federal Government's diversification goal, a Chinese firm, Wuhan Longfecund Agricultural Development Company Ltd., has concluded plans to set up a feed...

Expansion of canola research facility in Cargill

Cargill's expands canola research facility with $3.5 million investment in new equipment and technology in Aberdeen, Saskatchewan. It is poised to lead the way...

Management lessons for extended grain storage

Some grain will be stored for many months or even more than a year due to low grain prices, so maintaining grain quality during...

Thai Union with feed enters in Indonesian shrimp sector

Thai Union Group is eyeing a move into the shrimp sector in Indonesia via the feed business, according to analysts following the company. During an...

Import of Soybean recovering in China

China's soybean imports are likely to rebound in the fourth quarter as seasonal demand rises and processors in the world's biggest buyer look to...